Freemasonry In Nova Scotia
Enjoy the information presented that gives a great overview of some of the history of Freemasonry in Nova Scotia.
An Old Mission, A New Beginning – Freemasonry
Marking nearly three centuries of “making good people better”.
The Masonic Stone of Port Royal 1606 (1950)
Here is an excellent discussion on the Masonic Stone of 1606 found on Goat Island which separates the Annapolis Basin from that of Digby. In 1827, a stone bearing the date 1606 and the Masonic square and compasses was found on the shores of Annapolis Basin in Nova Scotia. Masonic students and historians have since advanced the theory that this stone is to be regarded as the earliest trace of … Read